My latest article in The European Conservative: a reflection on artificial intelligence and death.
”The new AI chatbot ChatGTP released upon the world last year has by now churned out millions of texts ranging from short Norwegian poems on existential angst to rows of code for computer games. It has even humorously advised someone to put up bounce castles at polling stations. Unsurprisingly, there is an ever-growing mass of words about its apocalyptic abilities—although some of those are in fact written by the bot itself.”
I will give the talk ”God, The Absolute Wise Man, and the Study of Religion” at the event Is Belief in God Reasonable? Aquinas’ Summa Contra Gentiles in a Contemporary Context at the Thomistic Centre at the Angelicum (online event).
My biography of Michael D. O’Brien is now available at Ignatius Press.
Here is my conference presentation (December 13, 2018, Stockholm) on a comparison between the novel Home by Marilynne Robinson and the novel A Father’s Tale by Michael O’Brien.